DAR honors three essay contest winners - News.
CONTEST WINNERS — The Fort Stanwix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, recently recognized winners of its Flag Essay Contest.
Seven Fayetteville Academy 5th graders submitted their essays about traveling on the Mayflower to the New World to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) essay contest. They were Devin Tandon, Halle Adams, Hughes McCarthy, Jesse Baker, Anna Armstrong, Jay Okoroafar, and Kyla Labarre. Their essays were sub.
By Chris Curle. Essay awards for middle school students and the details of insignia protocol were the main events at the February 18 th meeting of the Marco Island Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Hideaway Beach Club. Three Marco Island Charter Middle School students read their winning submissions to the DAR American History Essay Contest.
The winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contests were recently announced. The Olive Prindle Chapter announced the American History Essay Contest include: Jacey Hall, daughter of Tara Hall, a 5th grader from Southwest School, Sadie Bonderer, daughter of Doug Bonderer and Jodi Baily, a 7th grader from Bishop Hogan School, Carson Samm, son of Scottie and Grayson Samm and.
The Putnam Hill Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to announce its chapter winners for the 2016-17 American History Essay Contest sponsored nationally by the Daughters of the American Revolution. First place winner Annabel Zhou (5th grade) is from North Mianus as is the second-place winner.
Camp Middlebrook Chapter of DAR essay contest winners announced. Updated Mar 29, 2019; Posted Feb 23, 2016. Erika White of the Camp. Middlesex and runner up Olivia Zhang iin the DAR essay contest.
Thomasville Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) hosted the First Place winners of their 2015 American History Essay Contest, their teachers and families at their January 2016 meeting.